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This is a great read, I read it about 15 years ago before venturing into structural welding. The knowledge gained from this book is a sure thing that will make someone standout on the job site.

Review: Why Buildings Fall Down: Why Structures Fail

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The technical discussion on architectural development are implicit throughout this thoroughly researched read. The expert opinion, the analytical skills, the discussion of mechanical stress, and the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laura Woodyard - Goodreads

The technical discussion on architectural development are implicit throughout this thoroughly researched read. The expert opinion, the analytical skills, the discussion of mechanical stress, and the ... Read full review

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sort of like Henry Petroski's book on failures in engineering Read full review

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sort of like Henry Petroski's book on failures in engineering Read full review

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Why domes and trusses, rooves, dams and bridges fall down. Read full review

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User Review  - Tim Robinson - Goodreads

Why domes and trusses, rooves, dams and bridges fall down. Read full review

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Engineering for both hardcore civil engineers and for the average reader Read full review

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Engineering for both hardcore civil engineers and for the average reader Read full review

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I read "Why Buildings fall down by Matthys Levy. I quite enjoyed this book, It provided an interesting mix of of architecture, and science. It promoted the idea of imperfection and learning from ... Read full review


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